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Rurbanisation is new concept which has more importance in developing the rural areas with the assimilation of urban facilities. Rurbanisation can cater the needs of rural people with better facilities and infrastructure. It has it's advantages empowering the rural people with the facilities like electrification which has the major utility in Agricultural sector of rural areas. It also has some drawbacks as lack of political will, Delay in funds disbursement and geographical factors like...
Topics: Rurbanization, Assimilation, Disbursement, Topography, Geography
In recent years, cities in the less developed parts of the world have experienced rapid aerial expansion in the wake of phenomenal growth in population. Rural to migration has played significance role in urban growth in such countries. Large and cities in the developing countries are experiencing a constant high rate of growth in their populations and as a result, many of them are undergoing unplanned or uncontrolled expansion of settlement at the densely populated sites are in the fringes. In...
Topics: Aerial expansion, Migration, Rurban, Urbanization, Fringes, Settlement, Geography
Rural areas are the backbone of our country. India live in it's villages i.e Rural areas. With the advent of Industrial revolution in India and LPG (Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation) reforms, the rural areas have been neglected relatively compared to urban areas. The rapid development led to the migration of people from rural to urban areas for labour, employment and other activities. The demographic dividend that India posses is mainly in rural areas. To mitigate the impact of...
Topics: Rural, Urban, Rurbanization, Migration, Demographic dividend, Geography
International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development
by Boda Ramesh
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Rurbanisation denotes to the rural area being urbanized,Precisely rural area with the characteristic features of facilities available in area. These include Education (School), Health(PHC), Pucca raod to the village, Electrification of the village and establishing new markets. The Rurbanisation posses various characteristic features which has a lot of scope in development of the rural area. Boda Ramesh"Characteristics of Rurbanization" Published in International Journal of Trend in...
Topics: Rurbanisation, Development, Characteristic feature, Geography
International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development
by Boda Ramesh
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Rurbanisation denotes to the rural area being urbanized,Precisely rural area with the characteristic features of facilities available in area. These include Education (School), Health(PHC), Pucca raod to the village, Electrification of the village and establishing new markets. The Rurbanisation posses various characteristic features which has a lot of scope in development of the rural area. Boda Ramesh"Characteristics of Rurbanization" Published in International Journal of Trend in...
Topics: Rurbanisation, Development, Characteristic feature, Geography
Rural areas are the backbone of our country. India live in it's villages i.e Rural areas. With the advent of Industrial revolution in India and LPG (Liberalisation, Privatisation and Globalisation) reforms, the rural areas have been neglected relatively compared to urban areas. The rapid development led to the migration of people from rural to urban areas for labour, employment and other activities. The demographic dividend that India posses is mainly in rural areas. To mitigate the impact of...
Topics: Rural, Urban, Rurbanization, Migration, Demographic dividend, Geography
International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development
by Boda Ramesh
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As per Census of India statistics, the rural population in India, stands at 833 million, constituting almost 68% of the total population. Telangana is the 29th and newly formed state of India. It has a vast rural population which has a lot of scope in the development of rural areas. The government of Telangana has proposed 18 rurban clusters to the Indian government. The rurban clusters include villages with a population of 25000-50000 in plain areas and 5000-15000 in tribal, hilly and desert...
Topics: Rural, Cluster, Hilly, Tribal, Desert area, Public Private Partnership (PPP) model, Geography
Shyam Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission scheme was launched by Hon'ble Prime Minister on 21st February, 2016. The Rurban mission has been launched by the Rural Development Ministry which aims to create a cluster of villages and provide urban amenities to the people living within that cluster. Thus, the objective is to create a big village with an urban feel. This will help in improving the quality of life of people in the rural areas and help to reduce the urban-rural divide which will ultimately...
Topics: Entities, Development, Infrastructure, settlements, Inclusiveness, Rurban Villages, Geography
According to census 2011 data, 69% of rural population or 833 million people lived in rural areas, against 31% or 377.1 million people in urban people that's why very huge importance to smart village in India. India is a country dominated by villages. So that developing India it must to develop villages first, because of lack of communication problem in villages they do not have central communication system. Smart Village is a concept adopted by national, state and local governments of India,...
Topics: Holistic, Adarsh Gram, Swaraj, Encompassing, Smart city, Digital India, Geography
Rurbanisation is new concept which has more importance in developing the rural areas with the assimilation of urban facilities. Rurbanisation can cater the needs of rural people with better facilities and infrastructure. It has it's advantages empowering the rural people with the facilities like electrification which has the major utility in Agricultural sector of rural areas. It also has some drawbacks as lack of political will, Delay in funds disbursement and geographical factors like...
Topics: Rurbanization, Assimilation, Disbursement, Topography, Geography